“Andrea Doria: Are the Passengers Saved” to be Televised on the East Coast for the 64th Anniversary

Jul 09, 2020 315

BY: Pierette Domenica Simpson

I’m ecstatic to share this news! Many passengers, especially immigrants who traveled on the Doria settled in New York and along the East Coast. The airing on CUNY TV (City University of New York's university system) will reach New York City and parts of New Jersey and Connecticut.

Many thanks to Dr. Anthony Tamburri, Dean & Distinguished Professor of the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute of Queen Colle/CUNY for contacting CUNY TV and recommending our docufilm.

Very grateful to programmer Oksana Israilova for scheduling us on both anniversary days:

Saturday, July 25 @ 11:00 PM (The collision occurred at 11:10 pm)

Sunday, July 26 @ 2:30 PM (the day of the greatest sea rescue)

“Both slots our most viewed since your documentary will proceed Viewers favorite City Cinematheque hour and Sunday Films slots.” --programmer Oksana Oksana Israilova

Details below and on tv.cuny.edu
About CUNY TV:

The largest professionally-staffed university television station in the country, CUNY TV is available in the New York metropolitan area - reaching a 35-mile radius from Times Square - via over-the-air digital broadcast Ch. 25.3. 

CUNY TV is also available on cable in the five boroughs of New York City - on Ch. 75 (Spectrum and Cablevision/Optimum Brooklyn), Ch. 77 (RCN Cable) and Ch. 30 (Verizon FiOS). 

Some RCN digital cable and MMDS systems carry CUNY TV and/or NYC TV on different channel numbers. For example, some RCN systems in Manhattan and Queens carry CUNY TV on channel 24, 106 or 108. Please consult your cable provider directly to be sure. 

How to watch over-the-air

CUNY TV is available over-the-air on channel 25.3. The broadcast signal can be received within a 35-mile radius from Times Square, including areas of Long Island, Westchester County, New Jersey and Connecticut. 

How to watch on cable

Cable subscribers in the five boroughs of New York City receive CUNY TV on Ch. 75 (Spectrum and Optimum), Ch. 77 (RCN) and Ch. 30 (Verizon FiOS).

How to watch online 

More than a thousand hours of CUNY TV’s original programming are archived online for national and international access at our website

More than a thousand hours of CUNY TV’s original programming are archived online for national and international access at our website, tv.cuny.edu, as well as on our YouTube channel.

Please mark your calendars and kindly share with your friends and on Social Media. Thank you! 

 
 

SOURCE: Andrea Doria Project

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